"My guiding principle was simplicity", he said, and throughout his career this remained the focus of his design philosophy. ... In 1957, Cray and some others left to start Control Data Corporation... At CDC, Cray's legendary dislike of bureaucracy soon became apparent. Asked to write a five-year plan for the company, his response was: 'Five year goal: Build the biggest computer in the world. One-year goal: Achieve one-fifth of the above.'"